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Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait

Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait is a movie starring Mathieu Amalric, Laurie Anderson, and Hector Babenco. A look at the personal life and public career of New York artist Julian Schnabel.

Other Titles
Julian Schnabel - Portret prywatny, Julian Schnabel: Retrato do Artista, L'arte viva di Julian Schnabel, Julian Schnabel: Un retrato privado
Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
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Pappi Corsicato
Pappi Corsicato
Mathieu Amalric, Laurie Anderson, Hector Babenco, Jean Michel Basquiat
Italy, USA
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A look at the personal life and public career of New York artist Julian Schnabel.

Comments about documentary «Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait» (20)

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This is a powerful film about the film industry. I watched it with my wife and she commented that it was about a lot of different things, but it was about "art", "life", "freedom", and "personal freedom". She thought that it was very realistic. I thought it was more realistic than her, but I don't think it was about anything like she thought. I'm going to try to put this into a more palatable way, and suggest that you watch the film, and then decide for yourself if you like it. It's a very good film, and I recommend it.

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Anthony B.

I saw the movie a few days ago. And it was really great! I was so happy that I watched it on the big screen. I love the music of the movie. I also like the cinematography and the acting. I was really touched by this movie. If you are a real fan of the works of Oscar Wilde, you should really love this movie. I was just talking with my friend and she said she was really moved by it. I was so touched that I have to make a blog about it. The only reason I did not write a review for this movie is because I wanted to see the movie before writing it. And it is a really hard thing to do. So I will just say it is really great. I think this movie is really good, so I recommend you to watch it. I would say watch it in the cinema.

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Alexander Patterson

Schnabel's "Practical Guide to Media and Entertainment" is a very interesting look at the industry, from a very funny and funny-yet-not-too-funny point of view. One of the things that you'll notice in the film is the heavy reliance on celebrities, and what they do. Whether they're a good or a bad person, and that there is always an element of exploitation in the business, which is what makes it so fascinating to watch. He also talks about how "fake" people are, as well as the role of the media and how it shapes public opinion. He also talks about how a lot of people will say "I hate people who are so fake". The film also has an interesting interview with David Beckham, where he discusses the subject of celebrity, and also the way he manages to make money out of it. All in all, the film is pretty interesting and pretty funny, and it's also very interesting to see how the media shapes public opinion and how it influences people. I highly recommend this film, and you should definitely watch it.

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I have been a big fan of Julian Schnabel since I saw him in the movie "De-Lovely" (1980) and for some reason he always seemed to be the star of these type of movies. I wanted to see his whole career from his first movie "Farewell My Concubine" (1962) to "A Woman in the World" (1972) and I finally did this documentary. Julian Schnabel is one of the greatest directors ever. He had the capacity to make any movie from the time when it was made. He was always able to give to his audience something different and unique and he also always had the ability to connect his audience to the characters in his movies. It is impossible to make a movie without a good script, and there is no doubt that the director has a good script. I must admit that the script of this film is the best one ever. It is not only about sex, but also about the other aspects of life such as love, life, death, failure and of course love. It is an amazing script and the best I have ever seen for a script. I would like to congratulate the writer and director for a great script. I can tell you that it is not easy to make a script of this level. Julian Schnabel is one of the most gifted directors of all time. I would recommend this movie to everyone who is interested in the history of the cinema and the cinema. I think everyone who is a fan of cinema should see this movie. This is the best film ever made.

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Judith Young

This is one of the most powerful documentaries I've ever seen. I've seen several documentaries and I thought this was the best one. I really felt the pain and the anger that was on display. This documentary really gets into the mind of a man who was in a long, dark, shameful battle with his demons. There were so many scenes that were really powerful. The emotions in this documentary are so raw and I thought the audience was captivated by the story of the man. It was very interesting to see a guy who was the victim of abuse and the family was so very very selfish. I don't understand why people can't be open about their emotions and they are not shown as emotional, and maybe that's why this documentary is so powerful. This is a very powerful documentary. I thought the people in this documentary were very brave. I thought the director was very brave as well. I think this is a great documentary and I highly recommend it.

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Denise W.

I found the following insightful: "The idea of the project was to get to know each of the participants individually in order to get a sense of who they are, what they are interested in, and what their motivations are. It was a great pleasure to know that I had met with all of these individuals and had the opportunity to meet them in person. It was an excellent opportunity to hear their thoughts on a wide variety of topics including, but not limited to: religion, art, art in general, activism, etc. To learn more about each of these individuals, visit the website."

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Carol Weber

I was really surprised when I read the opening line to the DVD version of this movie. The opening, I thought, was something I had already read in my books and that I could not even mention to my husband, but was surprised when I was presented with an audio-visual presentation that spoke to my heart. The movie itself is a lot like my own life. I started in my early twenties, I left the Army after one tour in Iraq, I had to sell my car to pay for college, and I had a long, stressful job as a call center operator in a variety of locations. The movie really resonated with me. The theater where I saw it was packed, the audience seemed to really connect with the story, and I really enjoyed the movie. I highly recommend this film to anyone, but especially to the ones who have been through a lot. Everyone should see this movie.

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Ralph Stevens

I really enjoyed this documentary. It's very interesting to see what these guys went through. The only thing I would have changed is that the men in the documentary were too old to be in their teens. I'm sure that most of the guys in the documentary were in their twenties or early thirties. The documentary shows us how the whole "found footage" idea has changed over the years. Most of the cameras used in the documentary are still digital. In fact, the documentary is a bit dated, as digital cameras have come and gone over the years. However, I think this is a good documentary to watch as a warning of what the internet is. It's really important to know what the internet is like, and how it's affecting people. I'm not saying it's bad, I'm just saying that it's important to know what you're going to be getting into when you sign up for it.

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Rachel Wheeler

I found this film to be informative, entertaining, and just plain cool. The acting was great and the story was compelling. The film also has a nice soundtrack and some great behind-the-scenes footage. I highly recommend this film to anyone looking for a look into what a docu-drama is like and to those who are interested in watching a documentary on the lives of two iconic rock stars.

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A Private Portrait is an insightful documentary on the life of Julian Schnabel, a film that is quite enlightening and informative. The documentary tells the story of Julian Schnabel, a single, 40-year old man who has been able to achieve so much in his life due to his love for the subject of his art. Through this love and his art, he has been able to accomplish some extraordinary things, and his art is definitely a highlight of his life. Schnabel also reveals a lot about his personal life, how he was able to live a life in his personal life that he didn't have a chance to. Although this is an interesting story, I think the film is quite underwhelming because of the subject matter. There are some really interesting points to the film, but they are too many and not enough. The main point of the film is to tell the story of Julian Schnabel, and it does it quite well, but the film is quite disappointing because of the subject matter. Schnabel does a lot of things with his art, but the subject matter is too serious and doesn't feel like the art. I think it would have been a better film to tell the story about Julian Schnabel's personal life and art, because then it would be more interesting and make the subject matter more interesting.

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Larry Woods

I have never been more impressed with a documentary. This documentary tells the story of Julian Schnabel and his life. He was a great photographer and a good friend to many. He had a great love for the art. He wanted to make movies and was a great actor. This documentary is about his life and how he made the photography that he did. The stories of his friends, his friends' lives and of course his friends' lives. This documentary is a must see. It is a great documentary. Julian Schnabel's life was amazing and it shows that there was a love for the art of photography and for the art of acting.

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Joan Delgado

I found this documentary, which I had never heard of, very interesting and very timely. I was glad to find it available on Netflix. I think this is a very good documentary about Julian Schnabel. I was surprised to see how well-known the man was, especially in the US, but I think it's amazing that Schnabel is still alive today. The documentary is very interesting, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in Julian Schnabel and his work.

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Bruce Fox

One of the most informative and entertaining documentaries I have ever seen. I have just been to a screening of the DVD and was lucky enough to get a copy of it. I was not disappointed. The film covers almost every aspect of the artist Julian Schnabel, from his childhood in Poland to his early work as an artist in New York. He was not only a great artist, but also a very well-educated man. The film is informative and it is truly a pleasure to watch. The acting is excellent, as is the editing, but it is the documentary footage that really makes the film, as it allows the viewer to get a sense of the artist's life. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in this artist. I have already recommended it to several people and I am sure that they will be. I have also given this film a 10 out of 10.

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Mildred Aguilar

This is a documentary about Julian Schnabel, the subject of a controversial lawsuit in New York state. It features interviews with his son and daughter, his lawyers, his family, friends, and many other people who were close to him. The film shows Schnabel's transition from being a popular celebrity in Hollywood to the low life he lived in his own home. He was also involved in a high profile lawsuit that threatened to bankrupt the City of New York. Schnabel was a very good man and his tragedy has taken a very personal and personal toll on his family, friends, and the people who loved him. Schnabel was a very good man, but he was also a very bad man, and in the end he lost everything. This film is a personal account of Schnabel's life and it is a very important and important film. It is not a film that will make you laugh, cry, or make you feel good. It is not about some big controversy, but it is about a man who used drugs and alcohol, who was a very lonely man, who had a very dark past, and who was constantly humiliated by the people around him. The film is a film about a very special man, but it is also a film about the life of a man who lost everything.

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Mary Murray

A documentary about the 'small' guy who is everything to everyone, whether it is a small town or a big city. His life is filled with obstacles, some of which are most likely insurmountable. Yet, he never gives up. His faith in God is what keeps him going. What makes him a success is that he's so determined to do the right thing for the wrong reasons. He does everything right to get his goal, which is to be the best. The more you love and support this guy, the more you'll enjoy this documentary.

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Dylan Holmes

As a filmmaker I think this film has got to be one of the best. It shows you the struggles of many artists and how the struggle to make it and how the different parts of the story are intertwined. If you are a fan of Rene Lavandier you will enjoy it. I think it is also very interesting to see what happens when he left Paris. I am not sure what happened to the "homework" which he had to complete before he could return to Paris. There is also a very good sense of humor. But most of all, I think it is about human spirit. I like the way this film shows the conflict between the desire to make art and the inability to actually make art. I think it is very insightful. I am glad that the director showed how difficult it is to make a film in the time that is given to them. I was very impressed with the way he told this story. I think this is a great film that deserves more attention.

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This is a movie that I would have liked to have seen and I am glad I did. I am glad that I could get a glimpse into the world of the author of the book. I would like to know more about his life and his life as a writer. He wrote a book and it is a great book, but it is difficult to get a look at the man behind the writer. This movie gives us a glimpse of the man behind the book. There are parts in the movie that are hard to watch. I also felt that there was a lot of editing that was needed, but that is the nature of movies. The director did an excellent job and I look forward to seeing more of his work.

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Carol Weber

The few times I have seen this film, I have seen it once, then once again on a loop, I saw it for the first time on a loop, I just kept thinking, 'What the hell am I watching?' I think I have seen it at least 5 times now, and I am still thinking about it. This is a movie that I would recommend for anyone. The film is about the history of sex trafficking in the United States. It is about how the sex trafficking victims get back on their feet. The film is very insightful. It shows how people are willing to do anything to be with a sex worker. The film is a must see for anyone who wants to understand the history of sex trafficking in the United States. The film is not perfect, but it is an excellent film that will leave you thinking about it for a long time.

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Emma W.

The late, great Julian Schnabel was one of the most versatile and interesting filmmakers of our time, and here he lets us in on his life from his early beginnings in New York as a writer to his more recent struggles in Los Angeles and the search for his true calling. Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait is a documentary on the director, filmmaker and writer Julian Schnabel, and how he has dealt with his life and his work since his early days, which are recounted in a really gripping, intimate and insightful way. Schnabel was a writer of all kinds and genres, and it's amazing to see his body of work stretch from such varied subjects as mystery, science fiction, action, fantasy and comedy, and even film criticism, and even politics. Schnabel's first film was The River (1970), which was shot in Canada in the 1970s and centered on a young woman who is accidentally exposed to a mysterious substance that turns her into a monster. The film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay, but ultimately lost to "The Silence of the Lambs" (1991). Schnabel also made three other films in the 1980s that were critical hits, including "The Ice Storm" (1983), "Erin Brockovich" (1987) and "The Woman in Black" (1989). He also wrote and directed two episodes of the TV series "Black Mirror" and the television series "The Twilight Zone". Schnabel's best known film is "The River", a mystery thriller that was based on his experiences writing a story about a young woman who becomes a monster. It was also the director's first film, and the film won an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. The film was also nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Writing, Best Supporting Actress and Best Film Editing. The film has been restored and released on DVD and Blu-Ray, and includes a commentary track with director and co-writer Bob Clark. A truly excellent film, and one of the best of all time.

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It's hard to see a film that doesn't have a big cast, so it's a little surprising that this is not the best film I've ever seen. I really enjoyed the film, even though I'm not a big fan of Julian Schnabel, but this film was well worth seeing. The film was a story of how one man could do so much, so many, and still be a very humble and down to earth man. The film also made me think about the things that I have in my life, and how they can influence my decisions in life. I think the most important thing in life is to stay humble, and this film shows that. This is a very good film, and I think it would be great to watch more films of Julian Schnabel. This film was great, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys life.